Topics Durban Sings
, oral history
, South Africa
, Centre for Civil Society
, radio continental drift
1) interview on SAfm's "Afternoon Talk", 25 March 2009
presented by Karabo Kgoleng
2) introduction to and remixes of DURBAN SINGS audio on cjam91.5fm presented by Garth Rennie (see also: http://www.archive.org/details/DurbanSings_762)
DURBAN SINGS is a regional audio media and oral history project with a story to tell. Using street recordings and internet audio archiving to create an open platform for contributions and remixes from artists and activists around the world. DURBAN SINGS is a sound network joining hemispheres via audio correspondence between listeners; building a listening bridge between communities, artists and activist groups in KZN and the rest of the world.
Comments and responses (written or audio) are very welcome and can be posted to the contacts below. For audio comments or re-mixes, please up-load your recordings on archive.org (keyword: Durban Sings) and send us the links via the comment boxes of the blog.
links to SAfm page and podcast: